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Redressing structural and systemic bias in modern-day automated solutions

When: Thursday, 14 September 2017 - Thursday, 14 September 2017
Where: Braamfontein Campus East
Senate Room, 2nd Floor, Solomon Mahlangu House
Start time:19:00

Gerda Geyer at / (011) 487- 3003


Gerda Geyer at / (011) 487- 3003 by 11 September 2017


The 66th Bernard Price Memorial Lecture will be presented by Professor Fulufhelo Nelwamondo

He will present some of the challenges of embedded prejudice in machine learning algorithms and will cover some observed examples and the societal effects thereof. In addition, the lecture will cover ways of designing automatic algorithms that can detect bias of this form, and some transfer learning mechanisms that can correct problematic machine learning models.



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